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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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02:45 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

04:23 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

"I think she realized either that it wasn't inclusive or you're on these cruise ships. You feel like you're you're in this your own little world. We're just rules are nothing yeah. Life outside of it is nothing all you have is. What's there and you just do whatever. And i'm sure that's you know they want to make money and it's very inexpensive maritime law also. It's just like the people that are enforcing rules on cruise ship. And i think we both have known a bunch of people we've worked with some second city performers who've been on cruise ships many time. There's like codes for when people die when you say on the loudspeaker or like different emergencies. You're in a place where it's like. The enforcement is such where their main priority is. Not really. I mean it's your health and safety but mostly it's free to have a good time for you to party and not disturb other passengers. Yeah so things go wrong. It's like you're in the middle of a c. You know you've got doctors that you know. It's maybe they're not as qualified as land born doctors a lot of the time. If you're just not sure like you don't know what the quality control is on that they're there to make you happy there entertainment mechanism. And maybe you get people together. Certain set of friends. That i don't know about these dudes. I know there are lawyers. Say they never did anything wrong in their life might be possible that maybe they did once. I know at the very least but you get together. And you think like it's like las vegas or there's no rules you can. Yeah whatever you want and when you put all those things together anyone who come across is like are they. Part of it are they. A part of it and many things can happen and it sounds like they're on their honeymoon right. Yeah i mean. I've never heard a story not on television movie where somebody kicks their new husband in the i mean..

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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03:02 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

"You know just to be clear. So it's not like she's she's not making excuses for them. I think we're in agreement on that. I think it's just to have an understanding on how even you know like i said the best laid plans don't work out since fair. Holy totally get that. But this is you know this is something that happened and we talked about it. And based on the information like these. Two articles lied Then that's a different story then. Happy if they if they Redact now i will redact. Yeah happy to. But until that point i can only talk about what you know. So it's it's understand. It's tough but can't take people's money and not provide you and not before coming. It's like i don't there's nothing. There's nothing more for me to say on that. And hopefully you've got all worked out and everyone's fine in the camp will be back next year whenever they do and i hope they do. Listen it's been around for a long time. Yeah more power to you. Just get your shit together and camps or you know it's got to be a tough a tough business that i don't know what the trajectory how if it were summer camps more popular in nineteen eighty nineteen ninety two thousand now fifty years ago. I don't know what that is. How the industry is going. I hope well people are employed and get to do what they love and you know kids have a place to go because you know it's it's might be tough for people got. What do i do in the city or there's no place to like. I want to learn archery. Or whatever the case the cases and i hope they do flourish notes probably very very tough and this is just an isolated incident should we get back aboard the cruise. I have one more thing to say. My invisible line still bothers right. But i won't take that everyone else so oh no sure yeah. Yeah won't punish anyone anymore. Okay okay. at least. I'm not talking about my cat so asked him general. That's right okay. Let's get back to the whereabouts of newlywed jennifer cording to several witnesses jennifer was seen leaving the disco at about three fifteen just minutes before george and his friends left. It would have taken her less than five minutes to return to room. If she had walked directly there she would have met up with george askin and the russian men. Most people think jennifer didn't return to the room from the disco. She took the elevator down to deck nine where she was evidently to drug. It became disoriented instead of turning right the direction of her room. She turned left into the hallway from there. She walked until she arrived at a locked maintenance door where she slumped down and fell asleep. Her attorney james walker has adjusted. The general may have been drugged. She doesn't remember anything after leaving the casino and she sticks to that story. It's also possible that someone led her to the alcove and left her there. She forgot about it after blacking out. What we know is that when her husband tumbled overboard. She was passed out in a hallway. A security guard found jennifer a little after four thirty just about the same time. The two other security guards responded to complete hammonds complaint and found the smith stateroom silent on a walkie talkie the guard who found jennifer buzzed..

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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04:24 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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02:37 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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04:05 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

"Absinthe not sold on the royal caribbean cruise lines. It was probably smuggled on the boat before long everyone was completely wasted asking. Meanwhile kept noticing that jennifer was sitting very close to boda according to kaufman's attorney. She was quote draping herself over the other men in time. George notice to jennifer's flirtation. They started arguing. Things escalated then. Jennifer kicked her husband in the groin and walked out of the disco. According to askins account both followed her. Though botas lawyer says again no flooding no following nothing. Jennifer insisted she remembers nothing after leaving the casino and at three thirty. Pm the disco closes of the young men with georgia. The time only to josh askin and rusty kaufman via their attorneys have publicly given a version of what happened next. According to both george was too drunk to walk unaided so asking them. Three russian boys helped him to his cabin when they arrived at the room. Jennifer wasn't there. George wanted to go out and find her. According to one account george changed his shirt and then with asking a three russian guys headed to this alarium. Jennifer was not in this alarium group. Then guided george back to his room arriving at four zero two. Am a time verified by the room key cards monitoring system. That was the last time. George smith was seen alive. There are two different versions of what happens next again. Weaving in a lot of different versions from a lot of different attorneys. One version is from the police chief neighbor cleanest hyman. He says he was awaken. A few minutes after four am by loud cheering. What sounded like a college drinking game. In the smith stateroom. He pounded on the wall. The sound subsided for a minute or two and then it happened again. I'm in picked telephone and complained to the operator then. He heard voices drift towards the stateroom door. He thought at least one voice could be heard in the hallway. If so this is important someone may have left the room. Hyman tried to go back to sleep. But then he heard a loud argument on the balcony. Three voices but couldn't quite hear what they were saying. Around four fifteen. Hyman saw three people leave the room. If george smith is still alive in this room the three men he saw could probably be cleared of any involvement in his death. But hyman out of respect for the fbi probe and again. I don't know what the lines are. He still to this day will not say who he saw. Leave that room that night. The smiths other neighbors. Greg and pat lawyer who had many of the same sounds but not all of them and didn't see the three men leave. Two of the three young men they said had accents. If josh askin is correct four men had taken george back to his room asking rusty kaufman and the to rosenberg's kaufman's attorney albert. Dan insist that all four left at the same time. That hyman miscounted but only three left. That might mean so must own room with george. No one is certain. Who's in the room after. Four fifteen am cletus. Hyman continued to listen to a single voice in the smith's room. He is certainly heard a single person talking in a conversational tone at the same time. He begins here louder voices. For around eight minutes. There was movement in the room again. This was sporadic. It sounded like someone going in and out of the cupboards drawers may be furniture and being moved the thought and his mind was that they were cleaning room that they had a party there. They were trying to get some things together whatever. He was relieved but between four twenty. Four twenty five..

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"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

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04:58 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Ghost Town

"His family has never given up hope of discovering the truth but a new development has put their quest for justice jeopardy. There's a lot of mythology around cruise ship disasters and as a cruise ship kid to a couple of taipei lawyers. I've heard a lot of them. That's why when i come upon a real live cruise ship disaster one. That is personal violent and unsolved. It hits pretty hard. This one is going to be a lot today. We're talking about the disappearance of george smith. On the royal caribbean cruise liner the brilliance of the seas. George smith was born on october third. Nineteen seventy eight. He grew up in new jersey playing basketball riding his bike playing football and his team at greenwich high. He loved the british office. Playing jokes was just like well like genial jock guy in high school and later at babson college where he studied computer. Science business was active in fraternity. Tau cap absalon says a college friend. He was a sweet guy not too chatty. He wasn't the center of attention at a bar but he was well liked by everybody like every college student. He party pretty hard. But we all did. After graduation george took a job with a computer firm in stanford connecticut but surprised everyone when he quit his job in two thousand three to come to work. Cost cobb liquor. The family owned liquor store in his hometown. But right before this happened. George met jennifer hagel. He and some friends rented a summer house in newport rhode island and when his shower broke down he began using the bathroom of an upstairs apartment. Where jennifer's brother johnny lived. George was very quiet about his relationships at least with us but suddenly we started hearing the name. Jennifer a lot says george sister bree. My brother was a serial monogamist but he and jennifer seemed to get quite serious quite fast. Jennifer grew up in the nearby town of cromwell where her father ran a construction business in her mom worked in real estate when they met jennifer was working towards a masters degree at roger williams university like his sister called the to got engaged and married june twenty fifth. Two thousand five at waterside in in newport. They dance i dance. Demand morrison's into the mystic the next day running late for a limo. That would take them home and then to the airport. The newlyweds hurried off to their honeymoon. A two week mediterranean cruise. They flew to barcelona on june twenty-ninth and boarded the brilliance of the seas. One of the largest royal caribbeans nineteen ships. The ship is manned by about eight hundred. Fifty royal caribbean employees and can house as many as twenty five hundred guests. It has everything pool entertainment casino spa a full service medical facility staffed by doctors and nurses everything..

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"george smith" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:36 min | Last month

"george smith" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Soon and you're going to work with him through the game against him. Was it like what you building on something here as well. Yeah me and george always. I always wanted to have enough with everybody. I didn't i would never shut it off for any reason. Personal stuff was really get personal with anyway analogy. But i was gonna come into the game so even when i was with the majority i would always come back off. The woods and explain. Didn't make mood. Was this reason. But i wanna talk about it because next time. Maybe we can do it. Like i was wanting to be the bridge the swing. I wanted them to see me as the option. So i had a good working with like even on that after he had a big blow up. After the first vantage that was played the next day was balloon. Bow and upset and he was like obviously. I'm next everyone's upset with me. I just said. George smith off. Sometimes the most obvious dog is not the person he was taken out because in abused them as a smokescreen and kind of always wanted to give him hope someone like way as well. It's not give someone domingo's people to walk around feeling hopeless there just from a personal standpoint but from a strategic standpoint. You want people to feel like they wanna come to if they wanna make moves. I'm an have that trust there. So when you're ready to use it use it. Yeah she's gonna happen food or before that it's going to be the way kara self sacrifices and then get saved and then comes back on what you just continuing to vote. Majority here on that split. Which way comes into. I just need your thoughts on all of.

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"george smith" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime

Twisted Travel and True Crime

04:23 min | 9 months ago

"george smith" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime

"Have been george drunkenly looking for a cigar. Maybe he took it outside. Perhaps he chose to sit on the balcony railing and he fell off now. These balcony railings are high. They're made so that people can't fall off but there was a chair pushed up against the railing. The captain of the ship believed he saw a buck print on the railing. However smith parents insisted that he was murdered. One hundred percent so fast forward six years the smith pursued the case consistently and aggressively their lawyers said he made it his mission to push this case to the point where georgia's killer is convicted. Jeffers lawyer believes the same thing he said. I don't think there's any question that someone threw him overboard. And i don't believe the fbi would have spent millions investigating this case throughout the world. If they didn't believe foul play was involved after six years. Many believe the case to be cold so when the smith's lawyer comes forward saying based on the existing evidence and new information we've been able to uncover. I think we're getting closer to an indictment. He said there's a videotape shot by the three russian american men who were the last known people to see george alive. The russians had filmed themselves sitting around a table on board this ship the afternoon. July fifth just hours. After george went overboard on the tape the russians film each other mocking and callously joking about georgia's death in the course of the filming one of the russian men. Greg stands up and makes a statement. That's very self-incriminating. The statement went something like we taught him how to pair glide without a parachute. The fbi confirmed that they possess the tape. So let's review the inconsistencies in josh in the russian story i said jennifer left the casino with lloyd who was a cruise ship staff member. Supposedly they left together at three thirty which led to the theory of an affair taking place on the boat. I'll keep in mind that jennifer. And george had just gotten married. This is untrue. Because the cleaner saw jennifer levi loan. And lloyd checked into his girlfriend's room with a keycard before jennifer left the disco. Secondly the russians claimed that they were all in their cabins. When george died relying on the room service delivery to be their alibi. According to the boats records food was not delivered they also had ordered food that day and berated the staff and were given instructions not to be given any food in their rooms. Thirdly the men said they left the room together but cletus. Simon says he only saw three men leaving that along with the recorded video of the men saying that they gave him hang gliding lesson without a parachute would make you think this was an open closed case but for some reason this case is still open. There isn't enough hard evidence. In september of two thousand twenty fifteen years after george went overboard on the cruise ship greg. The russian who made the bragging statements about georgia's death on video was murdered in front of his home. Police believe whoever murdered him targeted him. They said it was an execution. Some people believe it's because he was talking too much about what might have happened on the cruise ship others believe it has to do with his past experience. He had been in jail before because of participating in drug trafficking. Perhaps he continued on that path. Greg unfortunately may have taken the truth of what happened to him when he died. I hope you enjoyed today's case. I'd like to thank all of you. Who have taken time to give twisted traveling. True crime of five star rating and a nice review. If you haven't yet. I would love for you to take a minute to do so. It helps people decide whether to listen or not if a five star reviews not an option. Please share the podcast with a friend. If you have a case suggestion or any information you'd like to share. Please reach out. I'm on facebook. Instagram and tiktok or you can reach me via e mail and twisted travel and true crime at g. Mail dot com. Thanks again and as always. I'd like to wish you fair. Winds and following seas..

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Charlotte, the Ghost of South Africa's Nottingham Road Hotel

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

08:43 min | 1 year ago

Charlotte, the Ghost of South Africa's Nottingham Road Hotel

"DC O'Rourke. And this is hauntingly yours. Here. We all are together once again tuning in for yet another episode to learn the World's haunted places 4 episode 12 you and I will be putting on our safari gear as we are headed to the coastal province of wait for it off Hulu guitar in South Africa. This is truly a beautiful beautiful beautiful location guys. It's known for its beaches. It's mountains, it's Jose Jimenez that are full the wildlife. It's definitely a must-visit location. If you need a place to stay well, why not look into the office in Nottingham Road Hotel just on Old Main Road legend has it that there have been establishments on this site since 1851. Before that's a long time. There was a not he's in or Tavern situated here that provided a hang out spot for soldiers who were stationed at nearby Fort Nottingham. The soldiers they were brought in for one mission in particular and that was to protect the local farmers from the thieving Bushman who were coming around and stealing their livestock. Apparently it become a real problem in these men did absolutely whatever they could to put an end to it. The overall location at this establishment, but it was ideal. It was actually able to cater to the mini horse-drawn carriages that passed through the area. This was a long before way would even be thought about the First Recording. Thanks about the hotel. We know today indicate that the land for the noughties as locals like to affectionately call. It was bought by a George Irwin around 1889 following the deaths of landowner James Ellis and his sister Jani-King the land being sold by the facts to pay off the siblings the States. What was the price received for that land a whopping sum of 125 pounds per acre. Wow. This was actually mean pretty steep for the time. My guess. It has that it had something to do with the favorable Loco. chicken I mean we have to stop and look at the fact that it's pretty much at a Crossroads where the road to the interior leads to the road that takes you straight to Fort Nottingham door window. He went on to a ranked what he called the Railway Hotel to serve the station that was built at the tiny Nottingham Road settlement. Local farmer and settler George Smith. Yes, Smith s m y bhe he writes in his diary July 12th 1882 off. The railway has it lasts commenced and there is a large staff of men on gallery busy putting a buildings in beginning the Earthworks. The station is to be just at the cross the road for Nottingham about two miles from straight turn. The railway line finally reached out to him Road at the end of 1885. The station was initially called Harrison's Camp after the contractor prior to the station's opening before being called Clark Lewis station. However, the name was changed to Nottingham Road station in 1887 as the locals decided that it was too far from karkloof to be so named previously Littleton was the last stop the real we changed the lives of the Midland settlers forever. There was a daily postal system and almost anything they needed could now be ordered from Durban or. It's Burg produce from the area could be quickly sent to the city centers for sale and travel between the coast and the interior was a matter of hours rather than weeks or days the railway also led to the development of the Midlands as a viable area for settlement that my opinion is always a great thing. The Railway Hotel was built by a mr. Morgan and was completed at the beginning of 1891 and it soon became the center of social activity at Nottingham Road. A gracious two-story building was set and rolling Lawns the hotel offered guess the Comforts of proper lighting package tennis courts and a Billiards room as well as activities such as shooting and horseback riding at the turn of the century another family took over the the last name Singleton. They would go on to run the business as they saw fit. But Nottingham Road Hotel was always the local favorite haunt weather for a social drink in the pub or for supposedly more serious matters such as meetings of the Dead Nottingham Road Farmers Association. Apparently, the farmers will often only survived home safely because they're faithful horses knew the way back to their Stables off the the system works smoothly until a prankster swapped the horses between the different traps and cards. So that drunken farmers were taken off in completely different directions often the locals would decide to stay over at the hotel especially at the weather was bad. One such farmer a Christopher groom was trying to reach the hotel to Shelter From a storm. He was unable to reach it in time and was unfortunately struck by a bolt of lightning just down side right where the first tennis courts were located in his dead horse were actually discovered some time later when the storm had passed over the bridge just man quite unaware of his narrow escape a hole was found straight through his saddle and it showed where that bolt of lightning had struck. Like all hotels or the history the Nottingham Road hotel is reputed to be haunted. Of course right in the past two guests and staff have reported that the spirit of a woman roams the hotel especially room 10:00 and it's ground this house proud gentle ghosts. Apparently. She was flower arrangements Tiny's away clothes and straightens wedding Legend has it that she is Charlotte a beautiful prostitute who frequent in the hotel catering were soldiers from the 45th regiment in the latter part of the nineteenth Century, her story says that she fell in love with a regular at the hotel a soldier a handsome man ended up having to leave Charlotte at one point to go off and fight in the Bushman Wars. Unfortunately, he was killed on the fields of battle and birth. Made it back to his beloved Charlotte upon hearing the news took to the balcony of her room and was so stricken with grief that she threw herself to her deathbed. Send story right? I'd say that so pretty it's pretty good reason to come back as a ghost. She's not the only one that lurks around in the darkness though God. Oh, no as it would turn out Charlotte. She's just the one who likes to appear the most. Today not he's is one of the Midlands more popular hotels. It's dark and cozy it has a wood-paneled pub with Rory log fires on colder nights and and it offers tasty pub fare and beer on tap while the more elegant dining room doubles as a multi-purpose room off the bedrooms are comfortable in a spacious Garden offers a relaxed place to enjoy a sunny Midlands afternoon.

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"george smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"george smith" Discussed on KCRW

"Well, it's just after 11 o'clock here in case here, Don't you have another hour together? And I want to start it off with something from the forthcoming blue Note reimagined. Album release. They are reaching out to blue Note his reach out all kinds of artists toe have them cover various blue note classics. This one is Georgia Smith. And now we heard a little piece earlier from Saint Germain. This is George Smith, covering a classic from Saint Germain called Rose Rouge. I want you to get together. I want you to get together. I have been traveling with the world of our forefathers. I am a shepherd home because of return..

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"george smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"george smith" Discussed on KCRW

"Fans of Ellen not called me to say you're sorry just say is this the are you waging no pope Paul because some days when I lay hello say you own me I don't know you and then the lights on one and No god is see this song the game you should stop Hey so the show could say is we don't to say leave me did you god is sitting so close in let him on the schedule go the what it soon maverick sabre there which George Smith was slow down.

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"george smith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"george smith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This information directly and I try to include always of course you can always find the most accurate translations that I mentioned before how George Smith translate a lot of this in the eighteen hundreds well later his counterpart name Stephanie Dalley is just she's an expert assyriologist came out of Oxford university and she does a fantastic job seeking George Smith translations and then verifying them and updating them slightly and when you get those two experts they look over these tablets you really get in and translate them correctly you really get an understanding of what who were these on Iraqi that they call themselves the a new down here who would say why did they come here why did they influence I see the human race and then an end up the what they have things end up the way that they are now and why did they leave what and why did they leave yeah it's it's it seems that after the cataclysmic heard is that there was a total disconnect between what those ancient civilizations called the gods and how that all of a sudden became it disconnected here and then human civilizations after they later developed worked worst were tried to restart themselves and brought brought a lot of this with them back but it just wasn't enough in the and that's how we ended up in the place we are today where we've largely lost most of the information that we were able to that we had was long ago and also you have spent a lot of time in your last chapter talking about a planetary system in a binary star system in the solar system tell me about that sure sure so that's that's a pretty amazing work I'd like to try to think that I'm one of the ones that's on the front lines of that because I was made aware by another another researcher all along time ago that there exists eight in the Cyclopedia that actually trays aspects of our other solar systems that have been very much hidden and suppressed from people knowing about them when I started to do some digging it wasn't just about learning about engine history in about our past it was about learning the secrets of our solar system in the universe is well I wanted to understand what the nature of reality.

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"george smith" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"george smith" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"California San Diego both as a student, and as a employee for many many years more than nine years as an employee so. Around with people like that all the time. Pretty thick. So some re than after reading the twelfth planet, and I'd read all the stuff that I had my read Smith book, I heard about it. And I hadn't read him with mill yet. But I heard about them. But at the time I had read available to me and anything I get my hands on. I did. And everybody's not just the Greenwich turned out that such and had written so much in the short lifetime. They had it would kind of incredible actually really incredible. And I noted that to be a member of all the different organizations. He was and he was he was in eight you know, he was in the German organizational for investigating anyway. So I think he was a Olympic researcher writer, and he asked me was he completely right now. But no off the road. So you know, and and potato an ancient language like that. And try to represent it. Well story of George Smith. You remember this guy was no that one. I don't like us charge on this guy's name when I was looking into what at military officer current military attached to Britain who was stationed in. Persia making ninety okay. Anyway, we hobby archaeologists and climbed up the cliff of history there in Persia and got some inscriptions off of seventeen hundred foot cliff, and it turned out there were three languages. They're never this part. It's kind of the Rosetta Stone. Right. Right. Well, this guy said one of these little tablets back to British Museum. And it was received by somebody who wasn't even considered a linguist. When this guy's name was George Smith. Okay. And he worked at the museum. Been involved in about eighteen seventy one he and a group went to Niniveh and looking after Batum Powell Campbell on record way back then. And this guy got the little income little look, like a dog biscuit and started decoding. He apparently could read stuff, you know, like like this guy at the British Museum today who teaches Kenny I think is interesting thing. Have you seen him online? Anyways. Story started reading this decoding and he shouted out. There's a flood story here, right? Yeah. Making parallel to the bible, and it's quite third as you can imagine. And I got his book the cow DNA account of Genesis. I highly recommend it. But so he described going to have a onto to different places in what we call a rack today, and they didn't find tablets, George. They found lots of tablets, but you realize they found Leka calms and symbol look up tables. And all the things you need to decode language with all their well. Very similar to some of the things that sich talked about right, right? Well, all that stuff with and George mentioned that in his book, accounting account Johnson this go he went way back before. Seventy one. Yeah. And it was a big it was very popular idea. And that book led him to what about finding led them to being able to decode junior for and what I noticed was the kind of decoding that they were doing eighteen seventy one seems to be very similar to what I find over on the Oxford site. You know, this ET. The oxford. Language online reference that they have a lot of people don't look at that. And they have several several buckets there you can read. Anyway, I noticed the certain valve were missing or do some of their names weird. Well, George mentioned in the in his book about this problem with some of the valve they're having way back then. Back in the eighteen hundreds later, eventually digitize these things have you can get the scenario form. Look why. It's probably a uniform tax. It's a fun. Library that you can tell your computer like any. So you can use that. And they around with it, right different stuff. A that. And then then. He to capture and then do optical character recognition for very long time to convert these tablets. And they still apparently have only about thirty thousand and they're still hundreds of thousands more of them did sich and pick up from this. George Wilson's work for his own George George Smith published.

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"george smith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"george smith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Published right around the time when he was on the defending his career. I'm not sure. Yeah. I did. I didn't get to meet him. Actually. I wish I had the. As an academic me looking in. And I'm a very left brain graduate engineer and some systems. Okay. For like, I kind of had a pretty thick filter. And I when I started reading patriot history, I needed somebody who gave references for everything they were giving him because the stuff was pretty outlandish, you know, with harping breath, my head around it. So I kind of leaned heavily on academic sources 'cause I was kind of an academic. I've been working at the university of California San Diego both as a student and as a employee for many many years more than nine years as an employee there. So I hung around with people like all the time. Than they had pretty thick selfish too. So from reason after reading the twelfth planet, and I'd read all the stuff prior to that. I had my read George Smith book, I heard about it. And I hadn't read him with mill yet. But I heard about them. But at the time I had read what was available to me anything I could get my hands on through with their bid. And everybody's not just the Greenwich turned out that Zachariah pitch and had written so much in the short lifetime. They had it was kind of incredible actually really incredible. And I noted that to be a member of all the different motivations. He was. And he was he was in deed. You know, he was in the German organizational. Yeah. For for deaf. Anyway. Well, I think he was a politic researcher writer, and he asked me what would be completely right now. But no, author is so you know, and enter an ancient language like that and try to represent it. Well, well, this story of George Smith. You remember this guy was no that one. I don't oh you like us charge. So fumbled on this guy's name when I was looking into what ex-military. -tary author or no even occurred military officer attached to Britain who was stationed in Persia making ninety okay. Anyway, he was a hobby. Archaeologists and climbed up the cliff the history and Persia and got some inscriptions off of seventeen hundred foot cliff in turned out. They were three languages. They're never part. It's kind of the Rosetta Stone part. You're right, right. Well, this guy said one of these little tablets back to British Museum. And it was received by somebody who who's there wasn't even considered a linguist. When this guy's name was George Smith. Okay. And he worked at the museum, and he had been involved in about eighteen seventy one he and a group went to Niniveh and at after Batta pal Campbell on record way back then. And this guy got this little little like dog, biscuits and started decoding. He apparently could read the stuff. Like like, the star at the British Museum today who teaches Kenny I think is interesting thing. Have you seen him online? Anyways. Story. So he started reading this decoding it and he shouted out. There's a flip story here. Right. He started making parallels to the bible, and it's quite third as you can imagine. And I got his book the county and account of Genesis I highly recommend it. But so describe going going to different places, the what we call a rack today, and they didn't find tablets George watt, tablets, but you realize they found Leka, calm and symbol look up tables. And all the things you need to decode language with all those. Well. Very similar to some of the things that sich in his talked about, right, right? Well, all that stuff with rare George mentions it in his book county didn't account of chances. And he went way back before such seventy one, and it was a big it wasn't very popular idea. And that book led him to would that finding lead them to be able to decode forum, and why noted was the kind of decoding that they were doing eighteen seventy one seems to be very similar to what I find over on the Oxford site. You know, this e. The Oxford you language online reference that they have a lot of people don't look at that. And they have several several documents you can wreak. Anyway, I noticed that the certain valve were missing or skew in some of their names. And I thought was weird. Well, George mentioned in the in his book about the problem with some of the valve they're having way back then. Back in the eighteen hundreds picked up. They eventually digitize these things they have you. You can get the scenario senior forum look at live. It's it's probably a uniform code tax. It's a fun. Library that you can tell if your computer. Okay. So you can use that and they around with it and write different stuff, but they've use that. And then. You think KiKi Dee Tamraz the capture and then do optical character recognition for very long time to convert these tablets, and they still apparently it only got about thirty thousand and they're still hundreds of thousands more of them did sich and pick up from this. George Wilson's work for his own. George George Smith.

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"george smith" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"george smith" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"No, author is so you know, and and potato an ancient language like that and try to represent it while story of George Smith. You remember this guy was no that one. I don't like us. So on this guy's name when I was looking into what ex military officer current military attached to Britain was stationed in Persia, MRs may ninety okay. Anyway, he with a hobby archaeologists and climbed up the cliff history there in Persia and got some inscriptions off of seventeen hundred foot cliff, and it turned out there were three languages. They're never this part. It's kind of the Rosetta Stone. Right. Right. Well, this guy sent one of these little tablets back to the British Museum. And it was received by somebody who wasn't even considered a linguist guy's name was George Smith. Okay. And he worked at the museum and been involved in about eighteen seventy one he a group went to Nevada and look at after pal temple on a bunch of record way back then. And this guy got this little little look like a dog biscuit and started decoding the apparently could read this stuff. You know, like like the star at the British Museum today who teaches Kenny I think is interesting thing. Have you seen him online anyways story? So you started reading this deco to get and he shouted out. There's a flood story here. Right. I love making parallel to the bible, and it's quite a third as you can imagine. And I got his book the cow dean account of Genesis. I highly recommend it. But so he described going going to different places in what we call a rack today, and they didn't find tablets doors. They found watt of tablets. Did you realize they found Lexa calms and symbol look up tables? And all the things you need to decode language with all their. Very similar to some of the things that sich and his talked about right, right? Well, all that stuff, and George mentioned that in his book county Jonathan this. Go one way back before eighteen seventy one. Yeah. And it was a big it was a very popular idea. And that book led him to that finding lead them to be able to decode uniform, and why noted was the kind of decoding that they were doing eighteen seventy one seems to be very similar to what I find over on the Oxford site. You know, this e. The Oxford form language online reference that they have a lot of people don't look at that. And they have several several documents that you can read. Anyway, I know the certain valve were missing or you in some of their names. I thought was weird. Well, George mentioned in the in his book about this problem with some of the valve they're having way back then. Back in the eighteen hundreds. Eventually digitize these things you can get the scenario uniform, look,.

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"george smith" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"george smith" Discussed on KTOK

"He was in the he was in the German organization. Yeah. For the anyway, I think he was a researcher writer, and he was he completely right now. But no, author is so, you know, in an ancient language like that and try to represent it while story of George Smith. You remember this guy was no that one. I don't like us. So on this guy's name when I was looking into what ex military officer attached to Britain who was stationed in Persia who making ninety okay. Anyway. Hobby. Archaeologists and climbed up the history there in Persia and got some inscriptions off seventeen hundred foot cliff in turned out there were three languages. They're part. Uh-huh. Right. Right. Well, this guy one of these little tablets back to the British Museum. And it was received by somebody who wasn't even considered linguist. This guy's name was George Smith. Okay. And he worked at the museum. Been involved in about eighteen seventy one he and a group went to Niniveh look at after Powell Campbell on record way back man. And this guy got little. Look, like, a dog biscuit and started decoding. He apparently could read stuff. No. Like, the sky at the British Museum today teaches Kenny I think is interesting thing. Anyways. Story. Started reading decoding it and he shouted out. There's a flood story here. Right. Yeah. Making parallel to the bible, and as you can imagine. And I got his book the cow dean account of Genesis. I highly recommend it. So he described going of going to the different places. What we call a rack today, and they didn't find tablets George found. Lots of tablets. But you realize they found Leka calms and symbol look up tables. And all the things you need to decode language with all their. Well. Very similar to some of the things that sich talked about. Right. Right. George mentioned that in his book of. Jonathan this. Go way back. Yeah. And it was a big it was very popular idea. And that book led him to about finding led them to being able to decode junior form. And why noted was the kind of decoding that they were doing eighteen seventy one teams to be very similar to what I find over on the Oxford site. You know, this e. The oxford. Language online reference that they have a lot of people don't look at that. And they have several several buckets of there you can read. Anyway, I noticed the certain valve were missing or skew in their names. Well, George mentioned in the in his book about this problem with some of the valve they're having way back on back in the eighteen hundreds. Eventually digitize these things you can get the scenario uniform. Look.

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Marijuana Lollipop May Have Triggered Man's Heart Attack

Live and Local 4 Lunch with Chelsea, Ellen and Steve

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Marijuana Lollipop May Have Triggered Man's Heart Attack

"So the authors do believe that this large dose of THC, which is the second component of marijuana. Put a sudden unexpected strain on the heart. It then increases heart rate cause hallucinations anxiety, therefore, causing blood pressure to rise at more heart rate, going up stress hormone catch a cold Amine got released all of that could affect on Now. This new case is one of many reports two thousand fourteen there was a young man in the UK at a heart attack after smoking marijuana. We've also talked about I've had this on my show. I've thought about this where there was a link between cardiomyopathy and heart failure. The younger the patients the word risk. They are two sudden, death and heart failure to marijuana. There was a study a couple years ago Lincoln wanted to transient ventricular regional ballooning. TV are be which is a ballooning part of the heart muscle. Not allowing it to pump right, hence heart failure. So this isn't the first time in two thousand sixteen. There was a study out of Saint Louis university hospital and found bear wanted to cause stress. Cardiomyopathy that is also a ballooning. And drugs can do that as well being sorrowful during a death? And being in grieving could also cause that, but unfortunately, this TV Rb is something that we are seeing more and more times linked to marijuana. Now, the reason why people, you know, people will not believe this height because adopted I hope wait a sec marijuana's been around for decades. And now that is legal is were hearing it could cause heart problems. I don't buy it. We should have heard about a decades ago. Well, yes, I agree. If there was a link we should have heard about it in the sixties and seventies. But think about me when I was an ER dog I asked about drug use. But if I had a guy with a heart attack or you couldn't speak too much. And he said no to that answer really quickly. I'm not really gonna go that much farther. I'm going to address his heart attack. Then I'm going to get him admitted. The transfer him some more, and then that's the end of that. And I don't go into the marijuana history. So before the legalisation of marijuana if I was in an acute care setting. I didn't really spend that much time on oh you smoke marijuana. There was a link because again, I had to get the guy stabilize again transferred. So it wasn't me. Now, what about the cardiologists could the cardiologists done it? He got the cardiologists all these years could have done it. But again their job is the heart. You know, if somebody denies that they smoke marijuana. Not everybody's going to get a drug test. They have a right to privacy. So I'm sure the average person when marijuana was illegal said no last thing, they want is the police coming because they admitted to have done something illegal. So my guess is many of the heart attacks that we have had. You know that might have occurred in pot smokers. There was always the leak it just it wasn't really publicized. So the interrelation of smoke. Maybe worse that edible. We're still trying to figure that out. People are asking me is safer to eat it than smoke. It. For the most part. I'd say yes, I don't like people bothering the lungs and making the lungs do things that that they weren't designed to do like filtering out cannabis antiques. However, people who smoke could get away with less dose that edible. And so what this lollipop they're making more. They're having multiple servings of THC, I don't understand why they would do that with the lollipop because I mean, you lick a lollipop it's already kind of dirty. You're supposed to throw it out. But apparently a lot of these lollipops are designed for multiple licks just doesn't make sense. So the history of the lollipop. This is interesting. They say the oldest precursor of today's lollipop this been reported by groovy candies dot com. Was from ancient Africa in Asia. Archaeologists believe that Chinese eras any all produce fruits and not confections that they candied in Honey, which serves as a preservative and inserted stakes into making it to make it easier to eat during the middle ages. They said the nobility would often eat boiled sugar with the aid of sticks or handles in the seventeenth century sugar became more available in Europe. And so the English enjoyed boiled sugar candy treats and inserted sticks into them. So in America, they think maybe maybe before the civil war, but this is George Smith of New Haven, Connecticut. Claim to be the first one vent the modern style lollipop and that was nineteen o eight. He used the idea of putting candy on a stick to make it easier to eat initially lollipops were soft rather than hard candy. Oh, I would prefer a soft candy. And then with automation they were able make multiple lollipops. Apparently in one thousand nine hundred they can make twenty four hundred lollipops per hour. And then in nineteen twelve of Russian immigrants Samuel born invented a machine that inserted six county. So then they can make a lot now lollipop beans tongue slap. Apparently, that's according to linguists, and they believe that one Dan street vendors were the ones that coined the name. Some suggest lollipop maybe a word of Roman or Roman origin related to the Roma tradition of selling coffee apples on a stick. I guess red. Apple is called lolly father. That's really

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Longtime Missouri Professor Wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Longtime Missouri Professor Wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

"Of Missouri. Professor, George Smith was among three scientists who've won the Nobel prize in chemistry. They had a process for speeding up evolution to create new proteins with credited the collaboration with colleagues I happen to be in the right place at the right time. Those things together

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George Smith, Francis Arnold and Researcher discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

02:03 min | 3 years ago

George Smith, Francis Arnold and Researcher discussed on Morning Edition

"The Royal Swedish Academy of sciences announced the winners in Stockholm, Vietnam, scopes, academy in this Lou. Not often. Well, PC shimmy NPR's. Nell greenfieldboyce is here to tell us about the winners. Presumably you're not gonna into verbatim translate. Not who won so half of the award went to Francis Arnold. She's a researcher at Caltech in Pasadena, California and the other half of the award is shared by George Smith at the university of Missouri in Columbia and Gregory winter at the MARCY laboratory of molecular biology, Cambridge in the United Kingdom, and what did they do that has given them this honour? So the Nobel prize committee said that they introduced a revolution in chemistry based on Evelyn. And so basically the idea is they took the principles of Darwin of evolution and apply them to the test tube. Basically developing new types of chemicals in enzymes by inserting, an element of randomness into the whole process. So it used to be that people would try to. New chemicals or enzymes by using logic and trying to design the enzyme to do exactly what they wanted it to do. But Francis Arnold called that a quotes somewhat arrogant approach. And so she realized the thing to do was to use randomness and in the early nineteen nineties. She started trying to improve the performance of enzymes by taking a gene for an enzyme putting a whole bunch of random mutations into it. And then putting these into bacteria that would then spew out a whole bunch of different versions of the enzyme, and you could screen those to pick the best one for whatever purpose, you you had. And then the others who won the prize did something similar, George. Smith developed a technique called display. It uses a virus to infect bacteria, and it can be used to evolve new proteins, including antibodies. That's what Gregory winter. Did he took fades display and apply to antibodies, and you know, by doing that, you

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